Open Mike Eagle has been delighting fans with tracks such as Legendary Iron Hood and Brick Body Complex over the past few months, and now delivers his awaited Brick Body Kids Still Daydream album. The 12-track offering includes contributions from Sammus and Has-Lo. 01. Open Mike Eagle – Legendary Iron Hood 02. Open Mike Eagle – (How Could Anybody) Feel At Home 03. Open Mike Eagle – Hymnal (Feat. Sammus) 04. Open Mike Eagle – No Selling.
You can stream Brick Body Kids Still Daydream below, purchase the record on vinyl here or digitally via Bandcamp, and you can catch Eagle’s live show this fall via The Tour of the Robert Taylor Homes. The tour runs from mid-September to late-October, and you can find the full itinerary, along with the album’s tracklist and artwork below. Brick Body Kids Still Daydream Artwork: Brick Body Kids Still Daydream Tracklist: 01. Legendary Iron Hood 02. (How Could Anybody) Feel at Home 03.
Open Mike Eagle’s gift for deconstructive raps is his strongest tool when it comes to building worlds on ’Brick Body Kids Still Daydream. However, for the most part, this type of album falls short. Call it a drawback of the creative process or a result of the average rapper’s short attention span, but rarely has the execution of these compilations ever matched the ambition of the concept. Fortunately for Open Mike Eagle, he’s done a lot better than most with Brick Body Kids Still Daydream.
Comprar Open Mike Eagle - Brick Body Kids Still Daydream - Mello Music Group - CD, Album, Dig - MMG-00106-2, inclui Legendary Iron Hood, (How Could Anybody) Feel At Home, Hymnal, No Selling (Uncle Butch Pretending It Don't Hurt), Happy Wasteland Day, Daydreaming in the Projects, Brick Body Complex, TLDR (Smithing), Breezeway Ritual, Wedding Ghosts, 95 Radios, My Auntie's Building. Artwork By – Mckay Felt. Executive Producer – Mark Bowen, Michael Tolle, Open Mike Eagle.
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Our take on ‘Brick Body Kids Still Daydream,’ the latest from the Chicago-born rapper. By. Christopher R. Weingarten. Motormouthed rapper Open Mike Eagle has gotten raves for albums that explore the comedy of neurosis. His new one, easily his headiest, is a concept LP built around Chicago’s Robert Taylor Homes, a famously mismanaged housing project destroyed 10 years ago. Eagle impressionistically inserts himself into events real and imagined. We live in a space that should have never existed, he raps.
Rapper Open Mike Eagle, who has built a reputation for himself as a rap vanguard with oddball tendencies, comes through with a conceptual contribution of his own with his latest album, Brick Body Kids Still Daydream. The project is largely inspired by his experiences at Chicago's notorious Robert Taylor Homes. Collaborations are few and far between on Brick Body Kids Still Daydream, with only two guest appearances throughout the album's 12 tracks, one of them being Philly rep Has-Lo's contribution to the album's lead single "95 Radios," which the rapper also co-produced alongside boardsman Toy Light. Hard to express when the world is listening/Hard when you're sure that the world is not," Has-Lo laments on the song's opening verse, while Open Mike Eagle tackles the hook and spills off an off-kilter flow during his own stanza.
In 2010, Open Mike Eagle released his first solo album, Unapologetic Art Rap, on Mush Records. The album features Nocando, Busdriver, and Serengeti. His second album, Rappers Will Die of Natural Causes, was released on Hellfyre Club in 2011. It features vocal contributions from . In 2012, he released an album, 4nml Hsptl, on Fake Four Inc. It is entirely produced by Awkward. Brick Body Kids Still Daydream (Mello Music Group, 2017). Art Rap After Party (Mush Records, 2011).
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